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How does natural selection work?

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Stronger animals survive whilst weaker animals die. The strongest animals of a species with the best adaptations and the most suitable characteristics for their habitat survive. Weaker animals that are poorly adapted to their habitat die of disease or inability to collect enough food or are killed by predators. The strongest animals that survive pass in their desirable characteristics when they mate and produce offspring.

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